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  • Title: Mobile Conference
    Descriptive info: .. Mobile technologies are having a great impact on how we live our lives.. These influences range from personal relations to interaction in society, and from the transformation of the public sector to the dynamics of economic development.. mLife conference and exhibitions are prime events for all organizations and professionals  ...   the development of the mobile revolution and its impact on individuals, businesses, government, society and economies.. They provide opportunities to businesses, public sector organizations and researchers to explore the frontiers of the social mobile revolution and stay informed in order to reach their goals.. Please Visit the Current Conferences Here..

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  • Title: mLife 2010 Conferences
    Descriptive info: Contact.. Topics.. Committee.. Registration.. Payment.. Accommodation.. Program.. 27-28-29 OCTOBER 2010, THE GRAND HOTEL, BRIGHTON, UK.. Registrations Open.. Please Register Now.. Please visit the Program page to download the latest Program for the mLife 2010.. mLife Hosts MobileMonday London Networking Event.. Sponsors.. Organisation.. Supporting Organisations.. Proceedings of the Conferences.. Please download the previous papers from mLife Conferences.. You can also order them on a CD at £25 each - email us with your address.. mLife 2010 (17MB).. mLife 2009 (50MB).. mLife 2008 (30MB).. EURO mGOV 2006.. EURO mGOV 2005.. Related Conferences.. The 2nd International Conference on M4D - Mobile Communication Technology for Development.. M4D 2010.. 9th International Conference on Mobile Business and the 9th Global Mobility Roundtable.. (ICMB/GMR 2010).. mLife Conferences Host Mobile Monday London Event.. Mobile Monday London Networking Event at the Mobile Life Conferences in Brighton 27th of October 2010, 19:30hrs at the Grand Hotel, Brighton Open Data / Mobile Government Sponsor: Mobile Life Conferences – www.. m4life.. org Panelists: Daniel Appelquist (Chair), MobileMonday London and Vodafone Group R D, Phil Archer.. Consultant at Talis Group Ltd, and others (TBA).. Description: “How [.. ].. Confirmed Plenary Speaker: Mike Short.. Dr MIKE SHORT FR Eng, CEng, FIET, FBCS Vice President – Research and Development Mike’s career spans 36 years in Electronics and Telecommunications, with the last 23 years in Mobile Communications.. He was appointed Director of Cellnet in 1989 dealing with major infra-structure investments and commercial agreements.. In 1993 the focus moved to launching Cellnet’s [.. Plenary Speakers.. Serge Ferre, NOKIA, Former Vice President Corporate and Head of EU Representation Tony Fish, AMF Ventures Jane Fountain, Professor of Political Science and Public Policy and Director, National Center for Digital Government (ncdg.. org) Director, Science, Technology and Society Initiative (umass.. edu/sts) William H.. Dutton, Professor and Director of the Oxford Internet Institute, Professor of Internet Studies, University [.. Draft Program Ready.. Registrations are open.. and The draft program with over 10 plenary talks with distinguished speakers and a tutorial on mobile government is posted Please download the Program for the mLife 2010.. Confirmed Plenary Speaker: I.. Kushchu.. ibrahim Kushchu, Associate Prof.. and Founding Director, Mobile Government Consortium International, mGCI, UK Ibrahim Kushchu is an expert Mobile Government with backgrounds on management systems and artificial intelligence.. Combining his management studies and his expertise in artificial intelligence, Prof.. Kushchu has been working for business schools in the UK and in Japan, and teaching various [.. Confirmed Plenary Speaker: R.. Traunmüller.. Roland Traunmüller, Professor Emeritus with the Institute for Informatics in Business and Government at Linz University, Austria.. Prof.. Dr.. Roland Traunmüller studied Chemistry and Physics at Vienna University and joined the Max-Planck-Institute in Mühlheim (Ruhr) working on his PH.. D.. in calculating quantum-models of chemical reactions.. In 1970 he went back to Austria becoming head of [.. Confirmed Plenary Speaker: W.. Dutton.. Professor William H.. Dutton is Director of the Oxford Internet Institute, Professor of Internet Studies, University of Oxford, and Fellow of Balliol College.. Before coming to Oxford in 2002, he was a Professor in the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California, where he was elected President of the Faculty, and is [.. Confirmed Plenary Speakers.. Dutton, Professor and Director of the Oxford Internet Institute, [.. Confirmed Plenary Speaker: J.. Fountain.. Jane Fountain, Professor of Political Science and Public Policy and Director, National Center for Digital Government (ncdg.. edu/sts) Jane E.. Fountain is Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.. Previously, she served for 16 years on the faculty of the John F.. Kennedy School of Government at [.. Confirmed Plenary Speaker: S.. Ferre.. Serge Ferre, NOKIA, Vice President Corporate and Head of EU Representation Mr.. Ferré Serge is graduated from ESSEC (Graduate School of Business Administration) (1972/major Finance Accounting), holds a Master degree in Law (1972/major Business Law), Paris C.. University, an MBA from University of Toronto, Canada (1974) in Finance and Certificate in Investment Banking [.. Oct.. 14.. 2010.. Mobile Monday London Networking Event at the Mobile Life Conferences in Brighton.. 27.. th.. of October 2010, 19:30hrs at the Grand Hotel, Brighton.. Open Data / Mobile Government.. Sponsor:.. Mobile Life Conferences – www.. org.. Panelists:.. Daniel Appelquist (Chair), MobileMonday London and Vodafone Group R D, Phil Archer.. Description:.. “How is the Open Data movement in government (as evidenced by data.. gov.. uk, data.. gov and data.. london.. uk) creating more opportunities for mobile innovation in bringing government data and services to mobile users? What is the open data ecosystem and what does it mean for mobile entrepreneurs? What are some of the challenges with mobile data and how have early adopters dealt with those challenges? What’s happening in government to expand these initiatives and what are the challenges there? We will explore these issues and more with a panel of experts from government and industry.. ”.. Free / Discounted registration for MoMoLo members at the Mobile Life Conferences:.. MOBILE LIFE CONFERENCES 2010 -27-28-29 October 2010, The Grand Hotel, Brighton, UK,.. http://www.. mLife Conferences offer FREE (for public sector organisations) or Discounted (for private sector organisations £180 discounted from £300) to Mobile Monday London Members.. To take up this offer please see the instructions below.. Instructions For MoMoLo Members to Register to mLife Conferences:.. In order to register at the.. www.. , please do the followings:.. visit.. choose registration option on the menu.. fill in the registration form.. give MoMoLo as a reference in the message section.. click on go to payment button and,.. if public sector professional, stop there and don t fill in the payment form.. if private sector continue to pay 180 pounds, instead of 300.. 05.. Dr MIKE SHORT FR Eng, CEng, FIET, FBCS.. Vice President – Research and Development.. Mike’s career spans 36 years in Electronics and Telecommunications, with the last 23 years in Mobile Communications.. In 1993 the focus moved to launching Cellnet’s GSM service and establishing international Roaming Agreements.. He was elected Chairman of the global  ...   In addition he is involved in various consulting activities and boards on the national and international level (Ministries, EU, UNO, UNESCO).. In recognition of his work official acknowledgements have come in.. So for founding the e-Government R D Community he got 2006 the “Prometheus” – an Award dedicated by the North-American Society on Digital Government and by the European Community for e-Government.. Before coming to Oxford in 2002, he was a Professor in the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California, where he was elected President of the Faculty, and is now an Emeritus Professor.. In the UK, he was a Fulbright Scholar 1986-87, and was National Director of the UK s Programme on Information and Communication Technologies (PICT) from 1993 to 1996.. In addition to directing the OII, Professor Dutton is Principal Investigator of the.. Oxford e-Social Science Project.. (OeSS), supported by the Economic and Social Research Council, and Principal Investigator of the.. Oxford Internet Surveys.. (OxIS), a key resource on the use and impact of the Internet in Britain, that is one component of the World Internet Project, an international collaboration comprising over 20 nations.. His recent publications on the social aspects of information and communication technologies include.. Society on the Line.. (Oxford University Press, 1999), and Transforming Enterprise, co-edited (MIT Press, 2005), and.. World Wide Research: Reshaping the Sciences and Humanities.. , co-edited with P.. Jeffreys (MIT Press, 2010).. He is currently editing a four volume series of readings on the Internet and Politics for Routledge and a handbook on Internet studies (in progress, Oxford University Press).. Beyond his academic roles, Bill chairs Ofcom’s Advisory Committee for England.. Serge Ferre.. , NOKIA, Former Vice President Corporate and Head of EU Representation.. Dutton,.. Professor and Director of the Oxford Internet Institute, Professor of Internet Studies, University of Oxford, and Fellow of Balliol College.. Dorothy Gordon,.. Director-General, Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT.. Ibrahim Kushchu.. Rain Rannu,.. Founder at Fortumo Ltd, Estonia.. Mark Selby,.. Vice President Multimedia Nokia Corporation.. Roland Traunmüller,.. Professor Emeritus, the Institute for Informatics in Business and Government at Linz University, Austria.. Tim Unwin.. , UNESCO Chair in ICT4D and Professor of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London.. Jane Fountain.. , Professor of Political Science and Public Policy and Director, National Center for Digital Government (.. ncdg.. ) Director, Science, Technology and Society Initiative (.. umass.. edu/sts.. ).. Jane E.. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.. Professor Fountain is the founder and Director of the National Center for Digital Government, based at UMass Amherst, which was established with support from the National Science Foundation to build research and infrastructure for the emerging field of research on technology and governance.. The National Center has sponsored research workshops, seminars, doctoral fellowships and visiting researchers from around the world in addition to its active research programs.. Professor Fountain also directs the Science, Technology and Society Initiative, a campus-wide effort at UMass Amherst.. The STS Initiative serves as a catalyst for research partnerships between social, natural and physical scientists on campus and beyond.. It is designed to build social science, policy and cross-disciplinary research on the range of social, political and economic challenges and research questions posed by emerging technologies.. Fountain is a Senior Researcher at the Center for Hierarchical Manufacturing, principal investigator of the International Dimensions of Ethics Education in Science and Engineering project (IDEESE) and co-principal investigator of the Commonwealth Alliance for Information Technology Education (CAITE).. Fountain also directs the Women in the Information Age Project, which was established with a gift from PriceWaterhouseCoopers.. This project examines the participation of women in computing and information-technology related fields and, with its partner institutions, seeks to increase the number of women experts in information and communication technologies.. Among many other publications, Fountain is the author of.. Building the Virtual State: Information Technology and Institutional Change.. (Brookings Institution Press, 2001), which was awarded an Outstanding Academic Title in 2002 by Choice and translated into Chinese, Portuguese and Japanese.. Her articles appear in scholarly journals.. including Governance, the National Civic Review, Technology in Society, Science and Public Policy,.. and.. the Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery.. Fountain is currently a member of the World Economic Forum Global Advisory Council on the Future of Government.. She is a member of American Bar Association blue ribbon commission on the Future of e-Rulemaking.. She has served on several advisory bodies for organizations including the Social Science Research Council, the Internet Policy Institute, and the National Science Foundation.. She has given invited lectures and keynote addresses and worked with governments and research institutions including the World Bank, the European Commission, Knowledge Management Asia Pacific, Japan, Portugal, the Netherlands, Nicaragua, Chile, Estonia, Hungary, Slovenia, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.. Fountain holds a PhD from Yale University, in organizational behavior and in political science, and graduate degrees from Harvard and Yale.. She has been a Radcliffe Fellow, a Yale Fellow, and a Mellon Fellow.. For a list of Fountain s.. grants, honors and awards.. please click.. here.. For information on her.. academic appointments.. ,.. professional.. activities.. , and.. service.. click.. Feb.. 20.. ,.. NOKIA, Vice President Corporate and Head of EU Representation.. Mr.. University, an MBA from University of Toronto, Canada (1974) in Finance and Certificate in Investment Banking Institute of Canadian Banking (1974).. 1985-1991 : Mr.. Ferré Serge Worked at BANG OLUFSEN France as Managing Director, Member of Group Strategic Committees (Product Development and Distribution).. 1991-2003 : he joined NOKIA France where he served as Managing Director, (Nokia Mobile Phones) and Directeur Général, Nokia SA.. 2003-2006 : he was appointed in April 2003 Vice-President Strategy, Multimedia (Global) Délégué Général Nokia France.. In January 2007, as Corporate Vice President,Nokia (Global), he became Head of Nokia EU Representative Office in Brussels in charge of Nokia EU Affaires.. In October 2008, he additionally became Board Member of Nokia International Belgium BVBA.. Older Entries.. 2014.. mLife 2010 Conferences.. Suffusion.. WordPress theme.. by.. Sayontan Sinha..

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  • Title: Contact » mLife 2010 Conferences
    Descriptive info: Mobile Life Conferences Office.. Mobile Government Consortium International,.. Brighton, UK.. conf(at)m4life.. +44 1273 777853..

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  • Title: Topics » mLife 2010 Conferences
    Descriptive info: The conference will cover all aspects of mobile life, technology, services, implementation as they relate to individuals, society, economies and governments.. The examples of the topics and sessions of the conference include but not limited to the following topics of Mobile Government, Mobile Society, Mobile Development:.. E-gov and m-gov integration.. Mobile internet technologies.. Mobile Standards and Protocols.. m-Government Applications and Services.. Mobile Government Field Force.. Mobile Law Enforcement.. Mobile Health.. Mobile Education.. M-payment applications.. Adoption of mGov.. Impact on Organizations.. Transforming Public Sector.. Security and privacy.. Legal issues and m-government.. Mobile Politics.. M-democracy.. M-Voting.. M-government Best practices.. M-Government Business Models..  ...   Networks.. Mobile Gaming.. Mobile Entertainment.. Mobile video.. Mobile Content.. Mobile applications.. Mobile Devices and capabilities.. Usability issues.. Economic impacts.. Country and community case studies.. Evolution of mobile technologies.. Mobile infrastructure.. Mobile Ethics and manners.. Legal issues related to mobile society.. Privacy and security issues.. Applications and services.. The role of the governments.. The roles of NGOs.. The role of the private sector organizations.. Community building.. Technology transfer and use.. Impact on developing economies.. Social and economical welfare creation.. Social benefits.. Impact on individuals and psychological issues.. Mobile education.. Mobile health.. Infrastructure development.. Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time..

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  • Title: Committee » mLife 2010 Conferences
    Descriptive info: Advisory Committee.. Michael Bull, Sussex University, UK.. Richard Harper, Microsoft research, UK.. Ben DuBulay, Sussex University, UK.. James E.. Katz, Rutgers University, USA.. Ibrahim Kushchu, mGovernment Consortium, UK.. Chet Borucki, Temple University, Japan.. Edward Timms, Sussex University, UK.. Conference Chairs.. Serge Ferre (mSOCIETY 2010), NOKIA, Vice President Corporate and Head of EU Representation.. Rain Rannu, (EURO mGOV 2010), Founder at Fortumo Ltd, Estonia.. Dorothy Gordon, (mDEVELOPMENT 2010), Director-General, Ghana-India Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT.. ibrahim Kushchu (mLife 2010), Founding Director, mGCI, UK.. International Program Committee (TBC).. Adams.. Carl.. United Kingdom.. Aedo.. Ignacio.. Spain.. Ahsan.. Rubayat.. Bangladesh.. Ajani.. Olawale James.. Nigeria.. Akhtar.. Nadeem.. India.. Akiyoshi.. Mito.. Japan.. Al-Buhairan.. Fadi.. United States.. Al-khamayseh.. Shadi.. Australia.. Alsadi.. Ahmed.. Jordan.. ALTAN.. SAFAK.. Turkey.. Amin.. Nadia.. Ammar.. Hany H.. Antovski.. Ljupcho.. Macedonia.. Archer.. Norm.. Canada.. Ariyasuthan.. Ariyaretnam.. Sri Lanka.. Avila.. Thiago.. Brazil.. Aygeren.. Huriye.. Sweden.. Bartoli.. Jacques-Andre.. France.. Bassara.. Andrzej.. Poland.. Batlle.. Joan.. Benavidez.. Max.. Bhatt.. Rakesh Mohan.. Blechar.. Jennifer.. Norway.. Borucki.. Chet.. BRUNNEN.. DAVID.. Chen.. Yi-Fan.. Chiu.. Dickson K.. W.. Hong Kong.. Chutimaskul.. Wichian.. Thailand.. Constantiou.. Ioanna.. Denmark.. Cooney.. Gavin.. Ireland.. Coskun.. Ibrahim.. Costopoulou.. Constantina.. Greece.. Dave.. Roop.. De Marco.. Marco.. Italy.. Decker.. Michael.. Germany..  ...   Kumar.. Kalush.. Shirly.. Kanevskiy.. Maxim.. Russian Federation.. KAPOGIANNIS.. GEORGIOS.. Karetsos.. Sotiris.. KAYA BENSGHIR.. TURKSEL.. KUMAR.. ARUN.. Lanza.. Beatriz.. Lehmann.. Hans.. New Zealand.. Lehner.. Franz.. Levialdi.. Stefano.. Lloyd.. Clare.. Loebbecke.. Claudia.. Lopez Prado.. Lucio Antonio.. Mexico.. Loukis.. Euripidis.. Madaswamy.. Moni.. Makolm.. Josef.. Malkia.. Matti.. Finland.. Maumbe.. Blessing.. Maxl.. Emanuel.. McMillan.. Stuart.. Medaglia.. Carlo Maria.. Medeni.. Ihsan Tolga.. Mennecke.. Brian.. METHLIE.. Leif.. Misuraca.. Gianluca.. Switzerland.. Morgan.. Gareth.. Moroni.. Alice.. Mourlas.. Costas.. Mrozik.. Joanna.. Mushtaq.. Maria.. Pakistan.. Mylonopoulos.. Nikos.. N.. Laila.. Navarro Guere.. Hector.. O Foghlu.. Micheal.. O.. Aykac.. D.. Selcen.. Obadeyi.. Bolaji.. Obi.. Toshio.. Onu.. Telojo.. Saint Vincent And The Grenadines.. OZARAR.. Mert.. Ozyer.. Tansel.. Para.. Rooma.. Pastor.. Oscar.. Peinel.. Gertraud.. Petrova.. Krassie.. Polina.. Agnes Maria.. Pousttchi.. Key.. Rahman.. Muhammad Atiqur.. Rupp.. Christian.. Rys.. Evelyne.. S√°nchez.. Adriana.. Costa Rica.. Sabic.. Zlatan.. Bosnia And Herzegovina.. Sagun.. Robert.. Philippines.. SARAL.. Basak.. Sastramihardja.. Husni.. Savini.. Scullin.. Richard.. Scupola.. Ada.. Senturk.. Meltem.. Sharma.. Sangeeta.. Slavova.. Mira.. Sterling.. S.. Revi.. Surendro.. Kridanto.. Tawileh.. Anas.. Teo.. Thompson.. Singapore.. Uzun.. Erman.. van Beijma.. Hajo.. Netherlands.. Vassilakis.. Waidyanatha.. Nuwan.. China.. Wakkary.. Ron.. Wakunuma-Zojer.. Kutoma.. Wijaya.. St.. Wisnu.. Winding.. Ole.. Wisniewski.. Marek.. Wu.. Mei.. Macao.. YAZICI.. Ali.. Yusuf Mohamed.. Fuad.. Malaysia.. Zaimovic.. Tarik.. Zambrano.. Raul..

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  • Title: Registration » mLife 2010 Conferences
    Descriptive info: Registrations will close at mid-night 25th October.. It will be open again on-site on Wednesday 27th morning at the conference venue.. If you wish to make on-site registrations please email conf@m4life.. Registration Prices:.. 180 UK-Pounds -DISCOUNTED:.. for Full time students (Student ID required)/ mGCI members / Authors / Presenters /Researchers / Government or Non-profit.. 300 UK-Pounds STANDARD.. : Private Sector / on the door.. Accommodation.. - Delegates are recommended to arrange their own accommodation directly with the conference venue (The Grand Hotel Brighton http://www.. devere.. co.. uk/our-locations/the-grand.. html).. mLife events negotiated a discounted fee (75 pounds /pppn) on behalf of mLife event attendees.. Please get in touch with the conference venue directly and state mLife Conferences.. Your Name.. (required)..  ...   conference proceedings, ticket to the conference dinner or reception if any offered, lunches during conference days, and coffee breaks.. To benefit from the discounted price the payment must reach us on or before Sept.. 1st 2010.. Authors registration deadline: Payments should be received by Sept.. Change Cancellation Policy: Requests for refund must be made in writing and any re-funds will be made after the event: 80% of the fees paid will be refunded for the requests made at least 90 days before the event; and 50% of the fees will be refunded for the requests there after and at least 30 days before the event; no refunds there after.. Any changes to the registration is subject to £20 administration fee..

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  • Title: Payment » mLife 2010 Conferences
    Descriptive info: Thank you for registering your information.. In order to secure your registration, please follow the instructions below:.. Pay using your credit.. card via the PayPal s secure system (click on the pay now button you don t need to have a PayPal account):.. Choose the Registration Type?.. Standard £300.. 00.. Discounted £180.. Organisation Name?.. Pay on the phone or via bank transfer.. Please check your email.. We have sent you the required information.. Thank you for showing interest at the mLife Events..

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  • Title: Accommodation » mLife 2010 Conferences
    Descriptive info: The Venue.. The mLife Conferences will be held in beautiful Brighton at the Grand Hotel on the seafront.. Please visit.. this link.. for various info on Brighton and.. for the info on the Grand Hotel.. The Grand.. The Grand, 97-99 King s Road, Brighton, BN1 2FW.. Telephone: 01273 224300.. Fax: 01273 224321.. reception@grandbrighton.. uk..

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  • Title: Program » mLife 2010 Conferences
    Descriptive info: Program Highlights:.. 12 Plenary talks of key speakers from industry, government and research organsiations.. A tutorial on mobile government.. mLife Conferences host MobileMonday London networking event.. Please click to download the Draft Program for the mLife 2010 in PDF..

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  • Title: Euro mGov 2006
    Descriptive info: Second European Conference on Mobile Goverment.. Proceedings, 2006.. opportunities for eGovernment: adapting to mobile and ubiquitous business.. Browse the Proceedings.. Editors:.. Chet Broucki.. Geraldine Fitzpatrick.. Published by Mobile Government Consortium International.. mgci@mgovernment.. org.. mgovernment.. All rights reserved.. No part of the proceedings may be copied, reproduced or transmitted without prior permission.. ISBN: 0-9763341-1-9..

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  • Title: EURO mGOV 2005 proceedings
    Descriptive info: Browse the proceedings.. How to use this CD?.. Ibrahim Kushchu and M.. Halid Kuscu.. Published by.. Mobile Government Consortium International LLC.. Proceedings sponsored by the International University of Japan.. ISBN: 0-9763341-0-0.. ::design.. by.. maria.. sifniotis.. ::..

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